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Jan 6, 2023 The Sanctuary for Independent Media
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Magazine Roaming Labor Correspondent Willie Terry attended a Community Christmas Dinner at the Church of Christ at 35 State Street in downtown Troy. The dinner was for the homeless, the poor, or anyone alone on Christmas without family. The Christmas dinner is an annual event sponsored by Kingdom Ministries of Troy, New York. In this Labor Segment, Willie speaks with two of the sponsoring partner of the Dinner, Dominic Mainella, Owner of Bella Napoli Bakery in Troy, and Mack of the Troy Central...
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Jan 6, 2023 The Sanctuary for Independent Media
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On Monday, December 27, 2022, Hudson Mohawk Roaming Labor Correspondent Willie Terry attended the Kwanzaa Program at the Oakwood Community Center in Troy. The program's theme was "Kujichagulia (Self-Determination), " the second day of Kwanzaa. The Capital Region Kwanzaa Coalition sponsored the program in conjunction with Shades of Cocoa and Team Hero. In this labor segment, you will hear Willie's interview with Miki Conn, Co-Chair of the Capital Region Kwanzaa Coalition.
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Jan 6, 2023 The Sanctuary for Independent Media
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Community members are calling for the release of Ms Q and Darwin from ICE detention through an emergency phone zap on Friday, January 6th between 12pm-1pm on zoom. Tania Mattos, Director of Advocacy & Policy at the Envision Freedom Fund (formerly Brooklyn Community Bail Fund), joined Sina Basila Hickey and Caelan McPherson on Hudson Mohawk Magazine to talk about these individual's situations and the action taking place. For registration for the action visit: bit.ly/freethemall2023 Graphic...
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Jan 5, 2023 The Sanctuary for Independent Media
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Tom McPheeters, a long time fixture in the Albany activist community, will soon to move to Maine. Most recently has been the convenor of the South End Community Collaborative. He has also been involved with FOCUS Churches, the Grand Ave. Arts Center, AVillage, the Spotlight, and much more. He will speak at Westminster Church on Jan. 15. He talks with Mark Dunlea of Hudson Mohawk Magazine about his efforts to promote economic and environmental justice in Albany.
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Jan 5, 2023 The Sanctuary for Independent Media
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NYS recently provided $52 million to establish 12 Regional Clean Energy Hubs to help residents, especially those in underserved or otherwise disadvantaged communities, sign up for various state programs to help people participate in New York's clean energy transition. Susan Cotner of the Affordable Housing Partnership, which will coordinate the energy hub in the Capital District, talks with Mark Dunlea of the Hudson Mohawk Magazine about the program.
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Jan 5, 2023 The Sanctuary for Independent Media
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On Saturday, December 30, 2022, Hudson Mohawk Roaming Labor Correspondent Willie Terry attended the "Swearing In Ceremony" of Troy City Councilman for District 2, Steven Figueroa, District Attorney Mary Pat Donnelly, Troy City Court Judge Anne Coonrad, and Marc Pallozzi. The ceremony occurred at the Rensselaer County Courthouse, 80 2nd Street in Troy. In this Labor Segment, you will hear the swearing-in and remarks from Steven Figueroa and Mary Pat Donnelly.
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Jan 5, 2023 The Sanctuary for Independent Media
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Eric Weltman, Senior Organizer for Food and Water Watch in NY, discusses their 2023 climate agenda in New York and nationally. Key issues include banning gas in new buildings, promoting publicly owned renewable energy, and getting the President to declare a climate emergency. With Mark Dunlea for Hudson Mohawk Magazine.
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Jan 5, 2023 The Sanctuary for Independent Media
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Today, on the Hudson Mohawk Magazine: We begin with a story on a rally in Albany on Jan. 6 to protect freedom and democracy. Then, for our peace segment, we hear about Dr. King’s opposition to militarism. Later on, Brea Barthel goes to the Lansingburgh Public Library for book suggestions on Indigenous Peoples and a children’s book about hearing snow. After that, Willie Terry reports on a recent Toys for Tots event in Albany and interviews Mind Body Soul Studio owner. Finally, we hear about...
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Jan 4, 2023 The Sanctuary for Independent Media
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Groups will rally in Albany on Friday Jan. 6 at 5 PM to mark the two years since the attempted coup by Donald Trump. The focus of the national day of action is to protect “Our Freedoms, Our Vote.” Alycia Bacon of Mothers Out Front discusses the event with Mark Dunlea for Hudson Mohawk Magazine.
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Jan 4, 2023 The Sanctuary for Independent Media
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In the years before his assassination, the Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. spoke out against the Vietnam War and the violence of U.S. Militarism. peace groups are highlighting King's anti-militarism message in events happening across New York on MLK's birthday. Jack Gilroy of Binghamton Peace Action and Veterans for Peace talks with Mark Dunlea of Hudson Mohawk Magazine.
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Jan 4, 2023 The Sanctuary for Independent Media
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St. Rocco's Poetry Collective , in association with The Bookstore in Lenox, MA , is holding their annual marathon reading of "Midwinter Day", a book-length poem about the Town of Lenox, written all on one day, December 22, 1978. Poet Bernadette Mayer passed away in November so this reading will also be a celebration of her life and work. Moses Nagel spoke with Alexis Baghat, one of the founders of St. Rocco's about the event. The event will take place Saturday January 7, at the Lenox...
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Jan 4, 2023 The Sanctuary for Independent Media
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Today, on the Hudson Mohawk Magazine: First, Moses Nagel reports on the approval of the NYS Climate Action Plan. Then, Andrea Cunliffe speaks with author Patrick W Berry about his journal project “Mend” and his book “Doing Time, Writing Lives…” Later on, Moses Nagel reports on the SUNY Artificial Intelligence Initiative. After that, Thom Francis brings us another poetry segment, this week featuring Mojavi. Finally, retired meteorologist Hugh Johnson joins us for a look at what took...
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Jan 4, 2023 The Sanctuary for Independent Media
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Retired meteorologist Hugh Johnson joins us for a look at what took place in Buffalo over the holiday break and a review of the weather of last year.
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Jan 4, 2023 The Sanctuary for Independent Media
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Mojavi has been one of the most visible and active poets, hosts, and organizers in the area for decades. He began writing at a very young age and over the years has worked tirelessly to bring poetry and spoken word to venues all over the country. Mojavi was one of the many local poets who got their start at the QE2 open mics and quickly was able to build his own community of artists and writers in the Capital Region. In 2011, he was one of the original organizers of the Nitty Gritty Slam series...
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Jan 4, 2023 The Sanctuary for Independent Media
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This is a replay of the Hudson Mohawk Magazine 12-24-19 special produced by Willie Terry on the theme of Kwanzaa
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Jan 3, 2023 The Sanctuary for Independent Media
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Chris Hedges returned to The Sanctuary for Independent Media in Troy NY on October 21, 2022 to speak on the subject of his latest book, titled “The Greatest Evil is War” (Seven Stories Press). This unflinching indictment of the horror and obscenity of war draws from experience and interviews for a book that looks at the hidden costs of war, what it does to individuals, families, communities, and nations. In memory of Meghan Marohn 1980-2022 www.mediasanctuary.org www.chrislhedges.com
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Jan 3, 2023 The Sanctuary for Independent Media
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Today, on the Hudson Mohawk Magazine we bring you an end-of-year special focusing on the younger voices on our program: We begin with a recent visit to Oakwood Community Center to hear from youth and community members about their excitement around the holidays with reporting from Jacob Boston. Then, we hear from Youth Media Club at Troy Prep. Later on, Troy Middle School students talk about LGBTQIA+ acceptance at their school. After that, Water Justice Lab takes us to the Hudson River. Finally,...
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Jan 3, 2023 The Sanctuary for Independent Media
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Patrick W Berry Associate Professor, Writing & Rhetoric, Syracuse University speaks with Hudson Mohawk Magazines Andrea Cunliffe about his experiences and inspiration for teaching in university as well as bringing higher education into correctional facilities. They discuss his book "Doing Time, Writing Lives: Refiguring Literacy and Higher Education in Prison" and his latest project 'MEND,' a journal that celebrates the lives and creative work of incarcerated, formerly...
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Jan 3, 2023 The Sanctuary for Independent Media
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Today, on the Hudson Mohawk Magazine we bring you an end-of-year special to highlight a sampling of interviews from the on-going series, "Is Radio Dying?" We begin with the extended interview with Joseph Orozco of KIDE-Hoopa, tribally owned and operated community radio. Later on, Sharon Scott of WXOX in Louisville discusses how radio can support political movements After that, Reverend Joan C. Ross of WNUC in Detroit talks about how to get the younger generation excited about radio....
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Jan 3, 2023 The Sanctuary for Independent Media
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Today, on the Hudson Mohawk Magazine we bring you a holiday special, showcasing a few of our on-the-scene rally coverage on various topics: We begin with an Amazon Schodack rally which roaming labor correspondent Willie Terry attended and spoke with various attendees. Then, Mark Dunlea reports on the rally where hundreds attended to tell Gov. Hochul to shut down the Norlite incinerator. Later on, we have another story from Willie Terry who attended a rally on the day of the leak of the overturn...
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Jan 3, 2023 The Sanctuary for Independent Media
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On Saturday, December 17, 2022, the Hudson Mohawk Magazine Roaming Labor Correspondent Willie Terry attended the "Toys for Tots, Toy Pick-Up Day." The event was sponsored by the "Mind Body Soul Studio and Wakanna Women." HHM Correspondent H. Bosh Jr. played Santa Claus to the kids. In this first three-part segment, Willie interviews Mind Body Soul Studio Owner Fatima A. Horne about the event and her business.
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Jan 3, 2023 The Sanctuary for Independent Media
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For nearly three years, the New York State Climate Action Council has been working on a long term plan to meet the goals set out in The Climate Leadership and Community Protection Act. The Scoping Plan is meant to serve as an initial framework for how the State will reduce greenhouse gas emissions and achieve net-zero emissions, increase renewable energy usage, and ensure climate justice. Moses Nagel reports on the vote for approval of the plan which took place at the end of last month.
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Jan 3, 2023 The Sanctuary for Independent Media
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The current New York state budget restores some of the money that has been cut from the state university system in the last decade. Each university is choosing how to use these funds, but at SUNY Albany, the provost is putting the majority into hiring 27 faculty members for a new initiative focusing on studying Artificial Intelligence and computing. Proponents hope that emphasizing this cutting edge field will attract new students to Albany, but will this come at the expense of existing...
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Dec 23, 2022 The Sanctuary for Independent Media
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Today on Hudson Mohawk Magazine we have a holiday special and will be playing Will Kempe’s Players’s A Christmas Carol. Will Kempe’s Players is a regional theater cooperative from Troy, NY that produces a wide range of theatrical performance utilizing the methods used by William Shakespeare and his contemporaries. Their aim is to create quality experiences by promoting an inclusive creative environment and making Shakespeare’s works engaging and accessible to modern audiences while...
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Dec 23, 2022 The Sanctuary for Independent Media
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Learn and be inspired by 7 Capital Region folks who talk about their work with Marsha Lazarus. They speak with excitement and clarity about what they're doing and why their work matters. Produced by Marsha Lazarus
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Dec 23, 2022 The Sanctuary for Independent Media
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As a holiday special, we pulled together five of our weekly peace segments from Hudson Mohawk Magazine. The first three focus on Ukraine, We begin with an interview with Joe Gerson, president of the Campaign for Peace, Disarmament and Common Security. Then, we talked with Code Pink Co-Founder Medea Benjamin shortly after a missile in the Ukrainian war ended up killing several people in Poland, which prompted fears of an increased intervention by NATO to respond to an attack on a member country....
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Dec 23, 2022 The Sanctuary for Independent Media
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Today, on the Hudson Mohawk Magazine we bring you an end-of-year special. In this episode we will highlight Meghan Marohn– a Hudson Mohawk Magazine producer, poet, teacher, activist, and so much more. Meghan died this year, and we would like to celebrate her life and work at the Sanctuary by replaying some of her stories. We begin by hearing from Meghan Marohn about her Troy Poem Project. Then, she is interviewed about her work with local climate activist group Extinction Rebellion. Later on...
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Dec 23, 2022 The Sanctuary for Independent Media
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Looking for something to read? Get suggestions for books about Indigenous Peoples, and a children's book about hearing snow. Laurie Dreyer, manager of the Lansingburgh branch of the Troy Public Library, shares info on eight books: "Ten Ways to Hear Snow" (Camper, 2020); "An Indigenous People's History of the United States" (Dunbar-Ortiz, 2014); "Absolutely True Diary of a Part-Time Indian" (Alexie, 2007); "The Fire-Keeper's Daughter" (murder mystery by...
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Dec 23, 2022 The Sanctuary for Independent Media
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Looking for a fun or beautiful book for young readers? Carol Roberts, Young People's Services Librarian at Troy Public Library, suggests (and reads excerpts from)four new books: "Odder" (Applegate, 2022) written in verse from the perspective of an otter and a shark; a graphic novel "The Aquanaut: A Story" (Santat, 2022); "The Science Spell Book: Magical Experiments for Kids (Florance, 2022) which explains concepts like pH tests and gravity through activities; and...
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Dec 20, 2022 The Sanctuary for Independent Media
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In this holiday special of the Hudson Mohawk Magazine, producer Justin Shi reviews the past three years of community activism against the Norlite hazardous waste incinerator. We begin with Professor David Bond of Bennington College discussing the dangers of per- and polyfluoroalkyl substances — also known as PFAS or forever chemicals. Professor Bond has been a key individual in identifying the dangers of this range of chemicals and identifying its presence around Norlite. Then, Jennifer...
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Dec 20, 2022 The Sanctuary for Independent Media
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Today on the Hudson Mohawk Magazine we are bringing you the Talking with Poets Holiday Special, highlighting five very interesting creators. We are kicking things off with poet, artist, educator, and slam host Elizabeth Gordon who talks about the writing process, editing her work to fit the audience, and the community she is building with a new event series in Troy. Then, we chat with Avery Stempel about walking in nature, getting inspiration for his writing, and starting up Collar City...
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Dec 19, 2022 The Sanctuary for Independent Media
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In this holiday special of the Hudson Mohawk Magazine, producer Justin Shi reviews the past three years of community activism against the Norlite hazardous waste incinerator. We begin with Professor David Bond of Bennington College discussing the dangers of per- and polyfluoroalkyl substances — also known as PFAS or forever chemicals. Professor Bond has been a key individual in identifying the dangers of this range of chemicals and identifying its presence around Norlite. Then, Jennifer...
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Dec 19, 2022 The Sanctuary for Independent Media
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Jacob Boston reflects on his experience as an intern at The Sanctuary for Independent Media, working as a Hudson Mohawk Magazine correspondent. Jacob is headed off to college after a year of dedicated work with us. He spoke with Andrea Cunliffe and Sina Basila Hickey.
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Dec 17, 2022 The Sanctuary for Independent Media
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Today, on the Hudson Mohawk Magazine: We begin with a conversation with Matthew Shapiro from NAMI talking about mental health resources and NYC Mayor’s plan to address homelessness. Then, Brea Barthel bring us up to date on youth activities at The Troy Library. Later on, We follow the winter crow roost with Craig Gibson. After that, Anna Allen gives us an update on her family in Ukraine. Finally, we spotlight Sanctuary Intern Jacob Boston.
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Dec 17, 2022 The Sanctuary for Independent Media
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Capital Region's Anna Allen returns to Hudson Mohawk Magazine to update us on her family in Ukraine. After the interview she told Sina Basila Hickey about how she sees people having Ukraine War Fatique and that people are paying less attention to what is happening to her homeland. CC image of anti-war signs on the Russian embassy in London by Kwh1050
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Dec 17, 2022 The Sanctuary for Independent Media
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988 is the hotline for mental health concerns and suicide and it has been a big success for the mental health justice community. Matthew Shapiro of NAMI talked to correspondent Sina Basila Hickey about why 988 works and how NYC Mayor Adam's plan to address homelessness is problematic.
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Dec 16, 2022 The Sanctuary for Independent Media
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Craig Gibson spoke with Hudson Mohawk Magazine producer Elizabeth Press (EP) about his group The Crow Patrol, community science projects with crows, the impact of crow roosts on cities, and what can be done (or not done) about them.
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Dec 16, 2022 The Sanctuary for Independent Media
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Today, on the Hudson Mohawk Magazine: We begin with testimony from the Senate hearing on the Break Free From Plastic Pollution Act by Judith Enck, the former EPA Regional Administrator. Then, Roaming Labor Correspondent Willie Terry brings us coverage from "A Union Brews at Starbucks." Later on, H Bosh Jr brings us a Triple E’s segment with returning guest Tatum Hughes who will talk about her work as a nurse. After that, Brea Barthel reports from last weekend’s Interfaith Holiday...
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Dec 16, 2022 The Sanctuary for Independent Media
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H Bosh Jr brings us a Triple E’s segment with returning guest Tatum Smith who has been practicing as a nurse for 23 yrs. Tatum spoke about knowledge she's learned from being a nurse, nursing shortages, and the meaning behind "purse nurse." This is part 2.
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Dec 16, 2022 The Sanctuary for Independent Media
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H Bosh Jr brings us another dose of Triple E’s with Bill Bastuc founder and CEO of It Could Happen To You (ITCHY), one of the nation's leading organizations on criminal justice reform. We discuss why he started ICHTY and its signature legislation on criminal justice reform. ITCHY.org for more information.
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Dec 15, 2022 The Sanctuary for Independent Media
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Hear about some of the organizations and people participating in the recent Peace and Justice Circle held December 10th in Freedom Square, Troy. Producer Brea Barthel speaks with three staff members from SNUG about their anti-violence programs (www.facebook.com/LLTYsnug/; Meg Jala, a resident artist at the Fish Market community arts program (www.artscenteronline.org/fish-market-project), Sanctuary volunteer Nancy Weber about her "gratitude wreath"; and Mothers Out Front coordinator...
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Dec 15, 2022 The Sanctuary for Independent Media
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On Thursday Dec. 15, US Senator Jeff Merkley of Oregon, sponsor of the Break Free From Plastic Pollution Act, convened the first major hearing on plastics ever to take place in the U.S. Senate. We hear the testimony of former EPA Regional Administrator Judith Enck, founder of Beyond Plastics. With Mark Dunlea for Hudson Mohawk Magazine.
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Dec 15, 2022 The Sanctuary for Independent Media
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On Friday, June 17, 2022, Hudson Mohawk Magazine Roaming Labor Correspondent Willie Terry attended a Labor Notes Conference Virtual workshop entitled, "A Union Brews at Starbucks." In this Labor segment today, Willie shared audio excerpts from that panel discussion about the ongoing struggles to organize Starbucks across the nation.
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Dec 15, 2022 The Sanctuary for Independent Media
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Today, on the Hudson Mohawk Magazine: We begin with Mark Dunlea talking with Bob Cohen of Citizen Action about the advocacy group’s concerns regarding New York State’s Climate Action Council’s upcoming plan outlining the scope of the Council’s work. Then, Moses Nagel reports on the December 5th meeting of the Albany Common Council. Later on, my co-host Blaise Bryant talks with Julie Farrar with the New York Caring Majority about the push to get fair pay for home care workers. After...
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Dec 15, 2022 The Sanctuary for Independent Media
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Today, on the Hudson Mohawk Magazine: We begin with Mark Dunlea’s discussion with local climate and solid waste activist, Diane Wright. Diane runs Food Scraps 360 to assist with curbside composting for residences and businesses. Then, we will have a live interview with local transportation and environmental advocate Gary Nelson. Later on, Jacob Boston shares the voices from the Oakwood Community Center which gathered on December 3 for their Holiday Celebration. Finally, Thom Frances...
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Dec 15, 2022 The Sanctuary for Independent Media
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D. Colin is a Haitian-American multidisciplinary artist who works in poetry, theater and visual art. She is a Cave Canem, VONA and NYS Writers Institute Fellow as well as the author of Dreaming in Kreyol and Said the Swing to the Hoop. Her work has appeared in Trolley, Ink & Nebula, Jaded Ibis Press, and Porter Gulch Review. She is the 2022 Excellence in Arts & Letters Award recipient for UAlbany's Alumni Association. On April 18, 2018, D. Colin was featured at the Albany Poets Presents...
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Dec 15, 2022 The Sanctuary for Independent Media
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The United States’s already colossal and record-breaking defense budget is about to get even bigger, with congressional negotiators proposing $858 billion for defense for 2023 — a $45 billion increase over President Joe Biden’s already massive defense budget request. Lindsay Koshgarian, director of the National Priorities Project, joins Mark Dunlea of the Hudson Mohawk Magazine to discuss the spending.
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Dec 15, 2022 The Sanctuary for Independent Media
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Several rail unions and Railroad Workers United called for solidarity event on Tuesday Dec. 14 to call attention to the dissatisfaction of a majority of their members with the labor agreement imposed on the nation's freight industry workers, which did not include a key demand- at least seven paid sick days. The Industrial Workers of the World organized a rally at the Amtrak Station in Schenectady. Greg Giorgio of the IWW talks with Mark Dunlea for Hudson Mohawk Magazine.
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Dec 15, 2022 The Sanctuary for Independent Media
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Kids, adults, gamers, crafters: the Lansingburgh branch of the Troy Public Library has activities for everyone! Laurie Dreyer, branch manager, overviews current activities, including story times & "Brick Builder" events for kids, adult yoga, fiber crafting group, and two book clubs. She then reviews 2022 highlights, shares plans for 2023 (after-school tutoring, puppet shows, heaps of gardening-related activities, a possible seed library, and even a Dungeons & Dragons club),...
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Dec 15, 2022 The Sanctuary for Independent Media
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Hear about all the great activities for youth of all ages offered by Troy Public Library: brick builders, silly science, a new French Club, take & make kits for book-folding hedgehog and fleece scarf, Greta the Reading Dog, and more. Carol Roberts, head of Young Peoples Services at the main branch, looks back at a 2022 filled with visiting snacks, reptiles, and other critters as well as events. For 2023 Carl plans for more animal visits, puppet shows, and even a visit from the Book Fairy....
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Dec 15, 2022 The Sanctuary for Independent Media
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Chanukah begins after sundown on Sunday, Dec. 18. Earlier in the day, before the 8 days of lights begins, the Capital Region will celebrate together at the 2nd annual Chanukah on Jay celebration. Rabbi Zalman Simon spoke with Hudson Mohawk Magazine co-hosts Sally Becker and Mark Dunlea about what to expect and the meaning of Chanukah. www.ChanukahOnJay.com
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Dec 15, 2022 The Sanctuary for Independent Media
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The Oakwood Community Center and TRIP Holiday Showcase invited Hudson Mohawk Magazine to talk to attendees from the community. Producer Jacob Boston was there and asked people about how they celebrate this holiday season and what they provide to the community. Jacob's reporting ends with the ultimate interview with the special surprise guest!
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Dec 15, 2022 The Sanctuary for Independent Media
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Saratoga BLM is working with Hudson/ Catskill Housing Coalition to present family portrait events in Hudson, Albany, Saratoga Springs, and Catskill. Books and Lunch will launch in Saratoga, a program inspired by the Black Panther's Books and Breakfast program. Lexis Figuereo joined Hudson Mohawk Magazine co-hosts Mark Dunlea and Sally Becker to talk about these events and the ideas behind them. Find more information: www.instagram.com/p/ClzDVuupybs/
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Dec 15, 2022 The Sanctuary for Independent Media
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Gary Nelson is a long time advocate for public transportation and environmental advocacy. He spoke with Hudson Mohawk Magazine's David Moore about his influences, the Sustainability Task Force, highway battles, and ways for listeners to get involved.
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Dec 13, 2022 The Sanctuary for Independent Media
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In recent years the state has passed laws to increase the amount of food waste from restaurants and other food institutions that ends up being composted rather than put into a landfill. Local climate and solid waste activist Diane Wright now runs Food Scraps 360 to assist with curbside composting for residences and businesses. She joins Mark Dunlea of Hudson Mohawk Magazine to discuss some of the shortfalls in the new law and how to increase composting in the Capital District.
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Dec 13, 2022 The Sanctuary for Independent Media
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As the Climate Action Council prepares to vote on their Final Scoping Plan on Dec. 19, climate advocacy groups criticized last minute environmentally unsound proposals advanced by the fossil fuel industry. The groups said that the Council has so far refused to release a copy of the draft plan in apparent violation of the state's open meetings law. Bob Cohen of Citizen Action talks with Mark Dunlea of Hudson Mohawk Magazine.
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Dec 13, 2022 The Sanctuary for Independent Media
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Moses Nagel reports on the December 5 meeting of the Albany Common Council. The meeting included public comment on new licenses for cannabis sales and the council passed a resolution calling for a 'fair share' of state funding for Albany.
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Dec 12, 2022 The Sanctuary for Independent Media
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Blaise Bryant talks with Julie Farrar from the New York Caring Majority about the relaunch of the #FairPay4Homecare campaign.
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Dec 12, 2022 The Sanctuary for Independent Media
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The Interfaith Holiday Justice and Peace Circle at Freedom Square took place on December 10. It ends with the community coming together and lighting candles around a decorated evergreen tree. Jerry Ford led the circle ritual which asks people to share why they "light this candle..." Here is an edited version of what took place by Sina Basila Hickey.
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Dec 10, 2022 The Sanctuary for Independent Media
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Today, on the Hudson Mohawk Magazine: We begin with the Community Equity Agenda which promotes economic democracy and racial justice by Mark Dunlea. Then, it’s been a year since Ms. Q was released from ICE custody from the Rensselaer County Jail, and we replay Elizabeth Press’s interview with Ms. Q's lawyer. After that, Andrea Cunliffe brings us with her to the Troy Farmers Market which this month holds Sunday Fairs for local vendors selling holiday goods. And we close out with more holiday...
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Dec 10, 2022 The Sanctuary for Independent Media
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Today, on the Hudson Mohawk Magazine: We begin with Jamaica Miles who spoke with Mark Dunlea about the upcoming All Of Us community conversation on housing taking place on Sat. Dec. 10 in Schenectady. Then, Willie Terry went to the event “Kicks, Cuts & Careers” at the Troy Boys and Girls Club with Steven Figueroa. Later on, H Bosh Jr reaches into the archives to bring us a Triple E’s in tribute to Lasone Garland -Bryan who recently passed away. After that, we will hear from SNUG...
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On Saturday, December 3, 2022, Hudson Mohawk Roaming Labor Correspondent Willie Terry attended a community event at the Troy Boys and Girls Club entitled "Kicks, Cuts & Careers." The community received information about jobs, insurance, free haircuts, and free food at this event. Steven Figueroa, Troy City Councilman and Director of Troy Boys and Girls Club, Workforce Development Program, sponsored the event. In this labor talk segment, Willie interviews Steven about the event.
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All of Us is hosting a community conversation in Schenectady on Sat. Dec. 10 on the issue of housing and theme of Wacanda Forever. The event will be at 11:30 AM at the SICM office on Albany Street. Jamaica Miles discusses the event with Mark Dunlea for Hudson Mohawk Magazine.
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Troy Farmers Market offers specialty food from local farmers and producers this holiday season. Hudson Mohawk Magazine's Andrea Cunliffe brings you to the market and samples some of the seasonal special offerings this holiday season.
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H Bosh Jr has been attending the Interfaith Holiday Justice and Peace events at The Sanctuary for Independent Media since 2017, so Sina Basila Hickey asked him about his past experiences attending these events and what is expected for this Saturday. More information at: www.mediasanctuary.org/event/freedom-square-holiday-peace-and-justice-celebration/
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46 groups are calling on state lawmakers to enact a Community Equity Agenda that embraces economic democracy and racial justice, with a focus on public banks, housing, and redlining. Sarah Ludwig of the New Economy Project and Alÿcia Bacon of Mothers Out Front talks with Mark Dunlea of the Hudson Mohawk Magazine.
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Oakwood Community Center and TRIP are collaborating to bring the arts to the community. On December 3, 2022, the Center was alive with activity and holiday excitement for the Hillside North Holiday Showcase. Hudson Mohawk Magazine went to report. In this segment you'll hear Sina Basila Hickey speak with Beverly Hickman of TRIP, Rachel Lorimer of TRIP, and Justin Relf of Oakwood Community Center.
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Dec 7, 2022 The Sanctuary for Independent Media
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On November 30th 2022 A rally in Albany's Capital Park was held in support of the New York's Clean Slate Act . Hudson Mohawk Magazine's Andrea Cunliffe reports here with excerpts from this Rally. The Act NY State Senate Bill S1553D is a new law that will automatically clear a New Yorker's criminal record once they become eligible. A bill to automatically seal old criminal records stalled in the New York State Legislature for the second time in two years,
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Members of Upstate Drone Action were in court on Tuesday for one of the prior protests at Hancock Airforce Base outside of Syracuse. Ed Kinane also discusses the role of drones in the war in Ukraine. With Mark Dunlea for Hudson Mohawk Magazine.
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Today, on the Hudson Mohawk Magazine: We begin with Mark Dunlea’s report on the Climate Action Council meeting. Then, Marsha Lazarus asks chef Jermaine Wright about his business and success. Later on, Moses Nagel gives us a report from Troy Glow. After that, we invite Robilee Mcintyre on the show to talk about the old Troy Railroad Station that was torn down in the 50s. Finally, Thom Frances highlights poet R. M. Englehardt
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Reif Larsen, founder of The Future of Small Cities Institute (FoSCI), will speak with author Michelle Wilde Anderson about four examples of small cities which were re-imagined, revitalized, and rebuilt by a community in an upcoming event. Anderson's book "The Fight to Save the Town" is the subject of the FoSCI upcoming conversation on Thurs, Dec 8. HMM's Sina Basila Hickey got a sneak peek. www.futureofsmallcities.org/events/the-fight-to-save-the-town
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Personal chef, entrepreneur, and owner of 8 Count Kitchen Jermaine Wright spoke with Marsha Lazarus about his unique and successful business and tips on how Chef Jermaine is able to accomplish so much! This is part 3 of 3.
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Robilee Mcintyre is a history buff and the artist behind Troy Bricks. She spoke with David Moore and Caelan McPherson on Hudson Mohawk Magazine about the Troy union rail station that was demolished in 1958.
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On Monday, November 21st, the Right to Counsel coalition rallied in Albany to support the Statewide Right to Counsel legislation to guarantee the right to a free lawyer for ALL tenants facing eviction. There are nearly 270,000 active eviction cases across New York State. Carson Ryan of United Tenants of Albany talks with Mark Dunlea of Hudson Mohawk Magazine,
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R.M. Engelhardt started sharing his poetry at local open mics in the early-90s and has since been a driving force in keeping the poetry and spoken word alive and well in the area. He has hosted a number of readings and events over the years and continues to welcome writers new and old to the stage. In this clip, Engelhardt reads "DeGeneration" at the Borders Open Mic on January 25, 1995. This poem was recorded for the CD, "Volume: A Compilation of Poets, Live", produced by...
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A new public art exhibit opened Sunday in Troy to illuminate the winter scene in the city. Moses Nagel spoke to some of the artists and art enjoyers about the project.
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Today, on the Hudson Mohawk Magazine: We begin with a look at Congress’s recent push to require railroad unions to agree to a new contract, with a perspective from a long-time labor activist. Then, we hear from Reshma Saujani, frequent author and the organizer of the Marshall Plan for Moms about her initiative to support gender equity for working moms. Later on, we hear about the testing of Hudson River water by the Water Justice Lab from Doug Reed, one of the citizen scientists involved in...
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Today, on the Hudson Mohawk Magazine: We begin with Mark Dunlea’s report on hunger and on the increased demand on food pantries. Then, Sina Basila Hickey spoke with the anonymous activist group Nerds Against Norlite. Later on, Jacob Boston talks to Uncle Mac about Troy Central Little League’s impact on the community. After that, we hear Willie Terry’s report from the Black Expo, and he profiled the vendors Great Exbaketations Bakery and Livfit. Finally, we follow Andrea to the Troy...
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Lavender talks with author and founder of Marshall Plan for Moms, Reshma Saujani, about her experiences and insights as a woman of color. She talks about her wishes, her motivators, and what we can do to support her initiative towards gender equity.
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3 and a half years after NYS passed the CLCPA climate law, the Climate Action Council held a meeting on December 5 to review the wording of the state climate scoping plan which is to be voted upon Dec. 19. The state however has refused to make public the draft plan. Groups such as NY Renews, Green Faith and PAUSE rallied outside the council meeting in support of strong action. One major issue is that the state is proposing a version of the controversial "cap-and-trade" program to...
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Blue Mountain Center is a place for regeneration and food and rest are central to this. Intaba Liff-Anderson is their head chef (also involved with Sanctuary Kitchen) who provides 3 incredible meals per day. Producer Sina Basila Hickey spoke with Blue Mountain Center program managers.
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Long time labor leader and retired founder and director of the Workforce Development Institute Ed Murphy talks with Moses Nagel about the railroad workers and the current climate for organized labor.
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Today, on the Hudson Mohawk Magazine: We begin with a Railroad Workers United member talking about the Railroad labor fight. Then, historian Kathy Sheehan tells us about the annual Greens Show at the Hart Cluett House Later on, H Bosh Jr talks with Tatum Hughs, a nurse with a military background. After that, we catch up with a few artists as they install their work for Troy Glow. Finally, Oakwood Community Center will join us to talk about this weekend’s holiday event taking place.
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The railroad workers fight for better benefits and working conditions has prompted President Biden to urge Congress to make the strike illegal and force the workers to accept a contract they have largely rejected. Congress is being urged to at least add sick time to the deal but so far Congress has resisted even that. Nick Hurst, a member of Railroad Workers United from Massachusetts explains the workers' position, including the call for public ownership of the railroads due to its vital...
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The inaugural installation of Troy Glow begins Sunday December 4. Troy Glow is a temporary public art light festival in downtown Troy that will run nightly for five weeks. It includes 6 outdoor installations of light-based art created by regional artists all displayed around downtown troy. Moses Nagel caught up with a few of the artists today as they installed their work. More info at www.artscenteronline.org/publicart/troyglow/
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On Saturday, November 19, 2022, Hudson Mohawk Roaming Labor Correspondent Willie Terry attended the "Capital New York State Black Expo 2022" event at the MVP Arena in Albany. In this labor segment, you will hear Willie's interview with black business owners Cheyenne Simmons from "Great Exbaketations Bakery and Olivia Frempong from "Livfit.
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Today, on the Hudson Mohawk Magazine: We begin with coverage of the recent vote on the budget by the Albany City Council. Then, for our peace bucket, we hear about the role of fossil fuels in the war in Ukraine. Later on, we hear about a new report from the New York Civil Liberties Union about government drone use. After that, we hear about the People's Health Sanctuary open house that is this Saturday, December 3rd. Finally, we talk with the program managers at the Blue Mountain Center in the...
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The board and staff of The Sanctuary for Independent Media were invited to stay at Blue Mountain Center in the Adirondacks. This retreat in based in constructive planning but also rest and rejuvenation.
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Mary Finneran, a member of Bethlehem Neighbors for Peace, disccusses the role that gas and fossil fuels are playing in the war in Ukraine. With Mark Dunlea for Hudson Mohawk Magazine
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Author Shahan Mufti speaks to Hudson Mohawk Magazine correspondent Steve Pierce about the new book, "American Caliph" on the subject of the 1977 Hanafi Muslim siege of Washingon DC. www.shahanmufti.com
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Dr. Xavier Coughlin, an organizer of People's Health Sanctuary, was interviewed by producer Lavender about this initiative of The Sanctuary for Independent Media and the open house that is taking place on Saturday, December 3rd from 11am-1pm on the second floor of the NATURE Lab building.
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Melanie Trimble and Daniel Schwarz joined Elizabeth Press to talk about the New York Civil Liberties Union's new report on government drone use in New York State and why legislation and regulation of the uses of these drones is needed. To read the full report visit www.nyclu.org
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After much debate, the Albany Common Council passed the city budget for 2023. The biggest issues were the funding for the Community Police Review Board and an initiative to provide aid to tenants facing eviction. Moses Nagel filed a report.
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Today, on the Hudson Mohawk Magazine: We begin with Mark Dunlea’s story on ranked choice voting and why election reformists support it. Then, we get a sneak preview of this Thursday’s event at the Sanctuary with an interview with journalist and author of "American Caliph" Shahan Mufti by Steve Pierce. Later on, Marsha Lazarus talks to artist Rabbi Linda Motzkin about her passions for her work. After that, we visit the new restaurant by the Sanctuary: Mediterranean Grill Cuisine....
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Nancy Klepsch is a local poet and a teacher. Her poems have been published in Oberon, 13th Moon, Poetry magazine, Salvage, 200 Proof and Chronogram among others, and online on Barzakh and Albany Poets. "god must be a boogie man" is her first book of poetry and is available from her website at nancyklepsch.com. She has been reading at featured readings or open mics in the Albany area for the past 20 years. Klepsch is the co-host, with Dan Wilcox, of the Second Sunday @ 2 open mic for...
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Nov 29, 2022 The Sanctuary for Independent Media
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Journalist Shahan Mufti talks about his new book, "American Caliph," on the 1977 Hanafi Muslim seige of Washington D.C., with Hudson Mohawk Magazine correspondent Steve Pierce. Shahan Mufti will be speaking at The Sanctuary for Independent Media in Troy NY at 7 PM on Thursday, December 1, 2022. www.shahanmufti.com
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The plaza next to The Sanctuary for Independent Media on River Street has been transformed, and its new occupants serve Mediterranean cuisine. What's unique about this family-run restaurant with Turkish-Kurdish roots? Sina Basila Hickey went to the Mediterranean Grill Cuisine to find out.
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Today, on the Hudson Mohawk Magazine: We begin with Seneca Lake Guardians response to the signing of the Crypto Mining Bill. Then, we get an overview of the “Open Spaces for All” report that was released to address who is visiting and feels welcome in public parks. Later on, we remember Colia Clark, a pillar of the American civil rights movement, who passed away on November 4 with a recording from her visit to The Sanctuary for Independent Media in 2013. After that, we go into our archives...
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Retired National Weather Service meteorologist Hugh Johnson joined Blaise Bryant to talk about the weather and the lake effect that recenly pummeled Buffalo, NY.
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Colia Clark, a pillar of the American civil rights movement passed away on November 4 at the age of 82. She worked with the NAACP alongside Medgar Evers in Mississippi. Then, as a member of the Student Non-violent Coordinating Committee (SNCC), she played key roles in the effort to establish equal voting rights in Selma, Alabama and the Birmingham Campaign. Later she worked with Cynthia Mckinney in her Presidential Campaign and ran for the Senate from New York twice on the Green Party ballot...
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